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Icom IC-7400 Instruction Manual

Icom IC-7400 Instruction Manual

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HF/VHFALLMODE TRANSCEIVER
i7400
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
 
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FOREWORD
We understand that you have a choice of many differ-ent radios in the market place. We want to take a cou-ple of moments of your time to thank you for makingthe IC-7400 your radio of choice, and hope you agreewith Icom’s philosophy of “technology first”.Many hoursof research and development went into the design ofyour IC-7400.
FEATURES 
32-bit Floating point DSPand 24-bit AD/DAconverter DSPIFFilter creates 102 types of filter All mode capability covering 160–2•100 Watt continuous duty cycle •All mode digital modulation and demodulation RTTYdemodulator and decoder Twin Pass Band Tuning RFspeech compression with selectable pass band •Microphone Equalizer •SSB/CW synchronous tuning 
IMPORTANT
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUALCAREFULLY
before attempting to operate thetransceiver.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
Thismanual contains important safety and operating in-structions for the IC-7400.
EXPLICITDEFINITIONSPRECAUTIONS
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WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE! NEVER
attach anantenna or internal antenna connector during transmis-sion. This may result in an electrical shock or burn.
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NEVER
apply AC to the [DC13.8V] jack on the trans-ceiver rear panel. This could cause a fire or ruin the trans-ceiver.
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NEVER
apply more than 16 V DC, such as a 24 Vbattery, to the [DC13.8V] jack on the transceiver rearpanel. This could cause a fire or ruin the transceiver.
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NEVER
let metal, wire or other objects touch any in-ternal part or connectors on the rear panel of the trans-ceiver. This may result in an electric shock.
NEVER
expose the transceiver to rain, snow or any liquids.
AVOID
using or placing the transceiver in areas with tem-peratures below –10°C (+14°F) or above +60°C (+140°F).Be aware that temperatures on a vehicle’s dashboard canexceed 80°C (+176°F), resulting in permanent damage tothe transceiver if left there for extended periods.
AVOID
placing the transceiver in excessively dusty envi-ronments or in direct sunlight.
AVOID
placing the transceiver against walls or puttinganything on top of the transceiver. This will obstruct heatdissipation.Place unit in a secure place to avoid inadvertent use bychildren.During mobile operation,
DO NOT
operate the transceiverwithout running the vehicle’s engine. When the trans-ceiver’s power is ON and your vehicle’s engine is OFF,the vehicle’s battery will soon become exhausted.Make sure the transceiver power is OFF before startingthe vehicle. This will avoid possible damage to the trans-ceiver by ignition voltage spikes.
During maritime mobile operation, keep the transceiverand microphone as far away as possible from the magneticnavigation compass to prevent erroneous indications.
BE CAREFUL! The heatsink will become hot when oper-ating the transceiver continuously for long periods.BE CAREFUL! If a linear amplifier is connected, set thetransceiver’s RF output power to less than the linear am-plifier’s maximum input level, otherwise, the linear ampli-fier will be damaged.Use Icom microphones only (supplied or optional). Othermanufacturer’s microphones have different pin assign-ments, and connection to the IC-7400 may damage thetransceiver.
WORD DEFINITION
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WARNING
Personal injury, fire hazard or electricshock may occur.
CAUTION
Equipment damage may occur.
NOTE
If disregarded, inconvenience only. Norisk or personal injury, fire or electricshock.
 
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SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
The transceiver comes with the following accessories.
Qty.
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DC power cable* ................................................1
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Hand microphone (HM-36) ................................1
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Spare fuses (FGB 30 A) ....................................2
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Spare fuse (FGB 5 A) ........................................1
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CW keyer plug (AP-330) ....................................1
*The illustration shows OPC-025D. However, OPC-639 issupplied with versions, which “CE” symbol on the serialnumber.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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FOREWORD ..................................... iIMPORTANT ..................................... iEXPLICIT DEFINITIONS .................. iPRECAUTIONS ................................ iTABLE OF CONTENTS ................... iiQUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ..... IX
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Installation .......................................I
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Operation .......................................III
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Your first contact ...........................IV
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Ready to call CQ? .........................IX
1 PANEL DESCRIPTION ........ 112
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Front panel .....................................1
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Rear panel ......................................7
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LCD display ....................................9
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Multi function switches ..................11
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Microphone (HM-36) ....................12
2 INSTALLATION ANDCONNECTIONS ................ 1317
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Unpacking ....................................13
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Selecting a location ......................13
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Grounding .....................................13
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Antenna connection ......................13
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Required connections ...................14
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Advanced connections .................15
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Power supply connections ............16
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Linear amplifier connections (notusable in European countries).......17
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External antenna tunerconnections ..................................17
3 BASIC OPERATION .......... 1825
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When first applying power(CPU resetting) .............................18
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Initial settings ................................18
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Selecting an operating band ........19
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Selecting VFO/memory mode ......20
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VFO operation ..............................20
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Frequency setting .........................21
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Operating mode selection ............23
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Volume setting ..............................23
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Squelch and receive (RF)sensitivity ......................................24
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Basic transmit operation ...............25
4 RECEIVE AND TRANSMIT 26–45
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Operating SSB .............................26
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Operating CW ...............................27
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Electronic keyer functions ............29
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Operating RTTY(FSK) .................35
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RTTYfunctions .............................36
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Operating AM ...............................40
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Operating FM ...............................41
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Repeater operation .......................44
5 FUNCTIONS FOR RECEIVE........................................ 4653
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Simple band scope .......................46
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Preamp/Attenuator .......................47
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RITfunction ..................................47
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AGC function ................................48
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IF filter selection ...........................49
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IF (DSP) filter shape .....................50
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Noise blanker ...............................50
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Meter peak hold function ..............50
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Twin PBToperation ......................51
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Noise reduction ............................52
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Notch function ..............................52
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Dial lock function ..........................52
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Voice squelch control function ......53
6 FUNCTIONS FOR TRANSMIT............................................ 54–60
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VOX function ................................54
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Break-in function ..........................55
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TX function ................................56
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Monitor function ............................56
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Speech compressor .....................57
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Transmit filter width selection .......57
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Split frequency operation ..............58
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Quick split function .......................59
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Measuring SWR ...........................60
7 MEMORY OPERATION ..... 6167
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Memory channels .........................61
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Memory channel selection ............61
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Programming a memory ...............62
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Memory clearing ...........................62
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Selecting the call channel .............63
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Programming the call channel ......63
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Frequency transferring .................64
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Programming scan edges ............65
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Assigning memory names ............66
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Memo pads ...................................67
8 SCANS .............................. 6873
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Scan types ....................................68
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Preparation ...................................68
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Voice squelch control function ......69
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Scan set mode .............................69
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Programmed scan/Fine programmedscan ..............................................70
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Memory scan operation ................71
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Select memory scan .....................71
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F scan operation and Fine
F scan......................................................72
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Tone scan/DTCS code scanoperation ......................................73
9 ANTENNATUNER OPERATION......................................... 74–76
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Antenna connection and selection 74
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Antenna tuner operation ...............75
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Optional external tuner operation .76
10 DATACOMMUNICATION .. 7779
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Connections .................................77
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Packet (AFSK) operation ..............78
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Adjusting the TNC output level .....79
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Data transmission speed ..............79
11 SET MODE ......................... 80–88
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General set mode .........................80
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Tone control set mode ..................88
12 OPTION INSTALLATION .. 89–90
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Opening the transceiver’s case ....89
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UT-102
VOICE SYNTHESIZER UNIT
...89
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CR-338
HIGH STABILITY CRYSTAL UNIT
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13 MAINTENANCE ................. 91–93
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Trouble shooting ...........................91
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Fuse replacement .........................92
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Tuning dial brake adjustment .......92
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Resetting the CPU ........................93
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Frequency calibration (approximate).....................................................93
14 CONTROL COMMAND ...... 94–98
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Remote jack (CI-V) information ....94
15 SPECIFICATIONS..................... 9916 OPTIONS................................. 10017 ABOUT CE...................... 101–102
Icom, Icom Inc. and the logo are registered trademarks of Icom Incorporated (Japan) in the United States, the United King-dom, Germany, France, Spain, Russia and/or other countries.

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